Produits d'accueil écologiques sans plastique pour l'hôtellerie
Make the change for a more sustainable world.
Shampoing solide pour l'hôtellerie
Solid Shampoo and Shower gels in a solid bar. The latest trend in guest amenities that your clients in the know will thank you for. Concentrated without water, our solid shampoo products eliminate the need for plastic bottles. Better for the environment. Ideal for hair and skin.
Choose from one of our three collections in a choice of sizes ( 15g and 20g) and fragrances.
We also offer the possibility to create a custom designed collection of products with your logo and packging design starting from only 5,000 units.
Solid Shampoo 2in1
A solid multi functional shampoo bar for hair, body and face. Made with up to 98% natural origin ingredients. Without sulfates, silicone and preservatives.
An individual product that will replace several bottled products in your bathrooms.
Toiletries in Glass Bottles
We offer dry body oil products in 10ml glass bottles that can be refilled with our refill containers. An excellent alternative to classic body lotions and one that your guests will be sure to appreicate.
NOUVEAU | Flacons à pompe en verre ou en inox rechargeables pour vos produits d'accueil.
Plastic Free Amenities
We offer a range of complementary eco friendly amenity products made from natural, biodegradable and plastic free materials.
Washable reusable slippers | Bamboo toothbrush and accessories | Vanity Sets
How to make your hotel more sustainable?
Far beyond just a trend, consumers are increasingly sensitive to hotel establishments geared towards ecotourism and committed to the environment.
Sustainable choice is now present in everyone's daily life. Hotel customers today are making hotel and destination choices based on whether a hotel has taken concrete actions towards responsible and sustainable tourism.
HD Fragrances in the News
HD Fragrances a constaté un engouement pour sa barre de shampoing solide «couteau suisse».
"De plus en plus d'hôteliers nous les commandent", explique Olivier Decoster.